|LC Classifications||JV2027 .H54|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||62015843|
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Studies in German Colonial History By W. O. Henderson Quadrangle Books, Read preview Overview The Political Economy of Germany, By Martin Kitchen Croom Helm, Germany’s Colonial Pasts is a wide-ranging study of German colonialism and its legacies. Inspired by Susanne Zantop’s landmark book Colonial Fantasies, and extending her analyses there, this volume . The German colonial 'adventure' is understudied yet has its own complicated and difficult history, from German missionary societies to the post-wall impact of a colonial legacy, framed by Nazi racial politics, on German . Some of the works inter-relate with the Colonial Picture Archive: Kultur- und Vegetations-Bilder aus unseren deutschen Kolonien von Ferdinand Wohltmann () shows images also available in the image caption below the pictures in the book offer much more detailed information than the meta-data in the Colonial .
German History continues its series of virtual round-table discussions with this forum on the German colonial imagination, a topic very much at the centre of current historical controversy. By European standards, the period of formal German colonialism was extremely brief. Yet work inspired by cultural and literary studies has suggested that a ‘colonial . Germany, as a late comer to the Imperial table, holding its colonial possessions for a relatively short thirty years and, overshadowed by the British and French empires, is often overlooked in studies of Imperialism. However, as this book shows, the history of German colonialism highlights crossovers in colonial . This thoroughly researched and contextualized study draws on a wide range of sources from the Afrikabücher (Africa books, an umbrella term for books on the German colonies from travel accounts to colonial novels) and schoolbooks of –45 to ‘hitherto unexplored files from the archives in the East and West German Foreign . German colonialism was driven by heavy armed conflicts, some of which are rightfully called genocide (e.g. the so-called Herero Wars, which lasted from ca. until ), as German attacks and the following famines were responsible for the death of an estimated 80% of all Herero. The German colonies in the “South Sea” also fell victim to colonial .